|Name||Isadore Hall, III|
Compton, California 90220, United States
|| December 10, 1971
Feb 18, 2015 06:51pm
|Info||Compton City Councilman |
Isadore Hall, III, Councilman - District 4
Councilman Isadore Hall, III was elected to the Compton City Council on April 15, 2003, as the representative of the Fourth District. Councilman Hall represents the City of Compton on the Metropolitan Water Board, the Gateway Cities Council of Governments, and the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG).
The councilman believes that Compton can be a model city where residents of all socio-economical backgrounds can live harmoniously. The councilman's priorities as an elected official include economic development, social services for youth and seniors, safe and clean streets, and improving the quality of life for all residents.
During his tenure on the Council, Councilman Hall has established the Quarterly Business 2 Business Breakfast Roundtable to build strong relationships between the City and local businesses. More than 200 people attend this event each quarter where they learn about opportunities to expand their businesses, how to access resources to help them compete globally, and transact business with neighboring companies.
Having worked in a managerial capacity for both public school systems and local municipalities, Councilman Hall understands how to effectively manage fiscal operations and develop progressive, social, economic and educational opportunities for the community.
A native of California, Hall has extensive administrative experience, having served as director of the Lynwood Employment and Economic Development Center, as senior analyst of Classified Personnel for the Lynwood Unified School District and as director of the City of Los Angeles Community Services Department.
In November 2001, he was elected to the Compton Unified School District Board of Trustees where he served two consecutive terms as president. The youngest president in the history of the Compton Unified School District, Hall championed Measure I, which resulted in $80 million to renovate every existing school in the District. He was also instrumental in having the first new elementary school built in the City of Compton in 35 years and successfully restoring the Compton Unified School District to full local control after ten years of management by the State of California.
Councilman Hall is a successful real estate executive and a member of the ministerial team at Double Rock Missionary Baptist Church.